Math whiz Nicholas Beaudrot and I have a new political blog! It's called Donkeylicious
and I'm really happy with how it's going.
I'm turning The Ethical Werewolf
into more of a straight-ahead philosophy blog. It has my papers linked on it and all that. People are liking "Possible Girls."
Obama's inauguration is imminent and War or Car
is done. The last post was about how the price of the Iraq War would buy enough powdered sugar to reach from Earth to the farthest star of the Big Dipper.
Also, I'm now a philosophy professor in Singapore. For realz!
|War or Car
Just wanted to announce my exciting new blog project, just in time for Election 2008: War or Car
If you're curious what we could've done with the money we spent on the Iraq War -- how many states we could've covered with gold leaf, how many miles of Fruit by the Foot we could've bought, how many centuries worth of Guinness we could've bought the Irish -- take a look.
|I don't really have a livejournal
Okay, there is this post. But its purpose isn't to present you with free-standing Neil content. It's to guide you to the places where I actually write things on a semi-regular basis.
My blog, The Ethical Werewolf
, has a new post every couple days, or at least links to whatever I might be doing elsewhere.
There's also the blog of health care reform superstar Ezra Klein
. I post political stuff there on weekends for an audience of thousands! (Yes, literally thousands, which sometimes includes influential DC people.)
If you want to read something cool I wrote, here's my review of Ramesh Ponnuru's anti-abortion book, The Party of Death
. It came out in August 2006 in the American Prospect